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  • Vintage Kiddie Rides!
    4MB Quicktime Movie 2 8MB Quicktime Movie 3 4MB Quicktime Movie 2MB Quicktime Movie 1 8MB Quicktime Movie 3 1MB Quicktime Movie 2 4MB Quicktime Movie 4 1MB Quicktime Movie you need to have at least Quicktime ver 5 0

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  • 1972 A. W. S. Shopper
    angular brackets and covered by plasticized sheet metal panels This made body repairs simpler Goggomobil mechanicals were used Marketing was strong but demand was low for this type of car in the 1970s Manufacturer Automobilwerke Shopper GmbH Berlin Rudow Germany Model Piccolo Motor Glas 2 stroke Body Tube Years Built 1971 1974 No Cylinders 2 Chassis Platform No Produced 1400 Displacement 293 cc Suspension Front Coil No Surviving N A

    Original URL path: http://microcarmuseum.com/tour/aws-shopper.html (2016-04-27)
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  • 1977 Arola
    with a small box over the rear wheels was also available A four wheeled version the Type 14 soon followed with Motobecane 50cc engine The car grew longer and heavier and a BCB 125 cc motor became available on the Type 18 The Minoto was taken over from Bel Motors makers of the Veloto in 1982 by which time the company had relocated to Aix les Bains However this was

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  • 1957 BMW Isetta 300 export
    original collection was sold at Christie s Auction House in London in March 1997 it set a record high price for the sale of a BMW Isetta News of this traveled around the globe and after that the prices of Isettas skyrocketed as suddenly it was OK to collect them as they had some value That same Isetta was re aquired by the Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum This is the

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  • 1961 BMW Isetta 250
    new sweeping script on the door a new wide taillight casting swallowtail second wiper arm if ordered and a headlamp flasher as well as a different aluminum molding below the side window where the two tone paint came to now This car came from Bad Iburg and can be seen in several books Manufacturer Bayerische Motoren Werke Munich Germany Model Isetta 250 Motor BMW 4 stroke Body Steel Years Built

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  • 1971 Cicostar
    took advantage of recent developments in small engine technology All vehicles with a 49 9cc engine could now be driven without a driver s license and by anyone over 14 years of age at a top speed of 45 kph The manufacturer CICO took this opportunity to develop a comfortable vehicle that fitted these requirements the Cicostar Touted as la plus elegante des petites voitures it seated two people had

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  • Comtesse Super Mini
    designs followed including the Comtesse Super Coupe Comtesse Super Sport Star and Starlette All had 50cc motors except for the Star which had 125cc In its heyday it was the largest micocar manufacturer putting out 3 500 cars of all types in 1979 Manufacturer Acoma Saint Barthelemy D Anjou Model 780 Motor Motobecane 2 stroke Body Fiberglass Years Built 1978 1981 No Cylinders 1 Chassis Tube No Produced 3 000

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  • 2001 Corbin Sparrow
    has wanted to develop an energy efficient vehicle that could change the face of transportation as we know it Enter the Sparrow The Sparrow Personal Transit Module P T M is a new kind of 3 wheel vehicle This single passenger car is an electric vehicle that can be driven with a motorcycle license The light weight monocoque chassis is constructed of high tech composites for strength and passenger safety and the low center of gravity makes the Sparrow very stable With a range of 30 to 60 miles the Sparrow can fill the bill for almost 87 of commuters in the US and do so very efficiently The motorcycle designation is less expensive to insure and allows Sparrow drivers to use the carpool lane thus avoiding the gridlock of rush hour traffic The Sparrow features all of the amenities of a standard automobile except that it s not hauling an extra three or four unused passenger seats along for the ride As Corbin has been a long time supplier of aftermarket seats the interior is well crafted Because of its 8 foot length and 4 foot width it requires only a small parking space a big advantage in urban

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